The American Academy of Pediatrics is making a major change to its swimming safety guidelines.
A 35-year-old hiker who was found alive after missing for more than two weeks in a Hawaiian forest had access to fresh water in a waterfall during her ordeal.
Nearly 600 pit bulls and roosters were removed from two properties in Indiana after authorities received a tip that the animals were allegedly being trained for fighting.
This weekend kicks off the busy summer travel season, and social media sites like Instagram are inspiring people to chase new experiences.
Thousands of raw beef products have been recalled due to a possible E. coli contamination.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) surprised the community of Paradise Wednesday at a special town council meeting.
More restaurant chains are adding plant-based protein to their menus.
Another wave of tornadoes swept across Texas and Oklahoma on Monday.
Another retail chain is closing its doors.
Residents of Texas and Oklahoma are bracing for another round of violent weather.
Earth’s Mightiest Heroes put up a good fight, but John Wick put at end to the three-week box office reign of “Avengers: Endgame.”
Billionaire tech investor and philanthropist Robert F. Smith stunned graduates of Morehouse College in Atlanta on Sunday, pledging tens of millions of dollars to wipe out their student-loan debts.
Arnold Schwarzenegger was attacked on Saturday in South Africa during the fourth annual Arnold Classic Africa competition.
School monitoring services, like Bark and Gaggle, are discovering a trend of students using Google Docs as secret chat rooms for inappropriate content and online harassment.
U.S. Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan on Saturday became the first congressional Republican to conclude that President Donald Trump has engaged in “impeachable conduct.”
A man in Sacramento was arrested for attempted murder for allegedly throwing a stolen tripod from a highway overpass.
Hundreds of detainees from immigration agency facilities in Texas and elsewhere will be flown to San Diego for processing, it was reported Friday, as authorities struggle to handle an influx of migrants entering the country.
AAA expects more than 40 million Americans to travel by plane, train or automobile this Memorial Day weekend.
Boeing’s grounded 737 Max airliner could soon be a step closer to returning to the skies.
American women are having fewer babies, according to a new report by the National Center for Health Statistics.